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of investigation. we need the company to come out and tell us their side of the story. rick in florida, please. rick? >> caller: hey, jim, how are you? a big boo-yah from miami. >> the w. love it. >> caller: my company, cirrus logic. they reported their earnings yesterday. they are doing good. what do you think? >> this is one where as i mentioned the over day, the time to buy cirrus logic was when everybody hated it. this is just typically a situation of a stock that has run too much in anticipation of pretty decent earnings and they got pretty decent earnings and that's never enough after you run. let's go to michael in florida. >> caller: boo boo boo-yah! love love love the show. >> thank you very much. >> caller: all right. my question. insiders are holding over 55%. they beat the analyst estimate seven to eight quarters since the ipo. obviously it's overbought. when do you think there will be a pull back? >> i'm up close and personal. my sister called me today and told me to buy it. con ed finally visited. he said why don't you own any shares in generac. i think you're right. it's overbou
. obama's going to visit colorado, iowa, wisconsin, ohio, virginia, new hampshire, and florida. and an almost identical tour for romney excepts he swaps florida in favor of, get this, pennsylvania. very interesting. now you're going to be looking, there it is, live pictures of westchester, ohio, where a mitt romney rally is under way. tens of thousands there, and lines to come into the rally stretch out for six blocks. this is interesting. does team romney see an opening there? let's talk here now is democratic strategist robert shrum, columnist for "the daily beast" and ed rogers, republican strategist and former bush 41 deputy assistant. gentlemen, welcome back. >> good to be here. >> i want to begin with this thought. not the jobs thing. the jobs thing is too inconclusive. what is so interesting is the aftermath, the immediate aftermath of the hurricane has turned out to be far worse, difficult. people die. gasoline lines. 1970 style stuff. somebody has to bear the blame for that even though it may be unfair. people are in an ugly mood about the aftermath of this storm, bob
raise the price but it's illusory. you just have fewer shares. tyler in florida. >> caller: jim i'm going to give you a south florida booyah. >> i'll take that. i need to go there now always >> caller: sun is shining. actually it's overcast. but quick question for you. when you talk about the economy really booting off again it seems like you talk about it in terms of consuming and not producing. i'm thinking from the way i think about it you need something to be produced before it's consumed. i'm wondering why in terms of a growing economy you talk about consumption instead of production. that's what it seems like to me. >> i do. because in order to be able to raise price you need demand. if there's a shortage of supply, sure, that can mean something. but not if there's no demand, right? if you have a shortage of a supply at some price nobody likes you can't raise price. it doesn't mean anything. that's why we focus on demand on the show. a company that's got their earnings stars before you buoy it. use the eps to figure out the company's growth rate and take it from there. "mad
, in these kind of situations, and we've seen it a lot in florida. we've seen it a lot in texas. two products the red cross always comes to us for is bleach because it can disinfect water quickly and clean it up. the second is trash bags. >> so the jobs report, what about that, donald? better than expected. how do you see the jobs story today? >> well, certainly getting better. as i said, ting parallels for us the category trends we're seeing. the jobs continue to build a bit. we're seeing the categories in the united states don't recover. obviously, with 70% of the economy driven by consumer spending, as people feel more competent about getting a job or keeping their own job, we think obviously that will drive consumer confidence up. we certainly saw consumer confidence this week better than we've seen it in the last 4 1/2 years. i think the big concern we all have is the fiscal cliff and the impact that could have on demand. >> has it held you back? so many ceos come on the program and say, look, we're not going to make any decisions in terms of adding new heads to the payroll. we're not go
whether on the gulf coast, florida and unfortunately in the metropolitan area in new york. the supply siders are doing everything they know how to do. so you broaden utility crews from across the country, trying to get electricity restored, the oil companies are doing everything they can do within the limits of safety, and regulation to get supply out to the public. we also have to do something different on the demand management side. what's happening is that the demand side is descending into chaos and you see it in the gas lines. this could get to gunfire if it continues in the way it's going now. my recommendation is for the governors of new jersey, new york and connecticut, come together, go to an odd/even rationing plan, cut the demand in half every day by going to odd/even rationing. >> based on your driver's license or based on the -- >> based on the license plate. >> like we did back in the '70s. >> exactly. so you've cut the demand in half by definition of what numbers on your car license plate. take care of the service providers, taxi cabs, i will mow drivers, other service
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